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Bristol Temple Meads Station (Bristol)

Bristol Temple Meads Station is the main railway station for the major city of Bristol.

The station was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1841, and has been added to since, notably by Matthew Digby Wyatt in 1878 and P. E. Culverhouse in 1935.

Trains from London leave Paddington Station, and reach Bristol via Reading, Swindon and Bath.

Another line comes down from Birmingham by way of Gloucester and another runs to Weston-super-Mare, Exeter, Plymouth and Penzance.

Yet another runs to Cardiff and Swansea, and a branch line goes to Severn Beach..

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